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Oral hygiene at Odontologie Dental Care

When it comes to caring for your gums, teeth and overall oral health, the team at Odontologie Dental Care is here for you. From dental techniques to daily routines and education, Dr. George Sakoutis and the team will help you to elevate your oral health and your overall wellbeing. 

At your initial appointment, we will make recommendations to improve your overall oral health. From product recommendations to at-home care, we will help you to keep your oral hygiene on the right track. 

Patients at our Lansvale clinic can make an appointment with our dentist, as well as an oral hygienist, in order to maintain their teeth and gum health. 

In-Clinic Oral Hygiene Services 

Our dental hygienist (also known as an oral hygienist) is the member of our team who will look after your general mouth health. Working alongside our dentists, a hygienist may recommend: 

At-Home Oral Hygiene Solutions

Taking care of your oral health is a team effort! To prevent problems such as tooth decay, gum disease, and wider health problems, our oral hygiene will recommend: 

  • Twice a day brushing
  • Once a day flossing
  • The use of fluoride toothpaste
  • Avoiding snacks before going to bed
  • Avoiding high sugar foods and drinks
  • Visiting the dentist regularly for a check-up 

Tooth Decay Facts, Treatment and Prevention

  • FACT: Tooth decay is the invasion of bad bacteria and acids
  • FACT: Tooth decay leads to pain, infection and tooth loss
  • FACT: Regular brushing can remove bacteria and prevent decay
  • FACT: Prevention is better than a cure! Visit the dentist regularly to avoid decay 

Gum Disease Facts, Treatment and Prevention

  • FACT: Gum disease, or inflamed gums, can affect your teeth and bones too
  • FACT: The 3 stages of gum disease are gingivitis, periodontitis, & advanced periodontists
  • FACT: Gum disease can be painless, meaning it goes undetected
  • FACT: Your dentist can identify gum disease and treat it before it becomes a big problem 

Oral Health Is Holistic Health 

Did you know that good oral hygiene is directly related to your health and wellbeing? In fact, unhealthy teeth and gums have been linked to problems as serious as cancer, heart disease, and stroke. 

To care for your whole body health, make an appointment with our dentists and hygienists today.

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Oral hygiene

oral hygiene

Oral hygiene at Odontologie Dental Care

When it comes to caring for your gums, teeth and overall oral health, the team at Odontologie Dental Care is here for you. From dental techniques to daily routines and education, Dr. George Sakoutis and the team will help you to elevate your oral health and your overall wellbeing. 

At your initial appointment, we will make recommendations to improve your overall oral health. From product recommendations to at-home care, we will help you to keep your oral hygiene on the right track. 

Patients at our Lansvale clinic can make an appointment with our dentist, as well as an oral hygienist, in order to maintain their teeth and gum health. 

In-Clinic Oral Hygiene Services 

Our dental hygienist (also known as an oral hygienist) is the member of our team who will look after your general mouth health. Working alongside our dentists, a hygienist may recommend: 

At-Home Oral Hygiene Solutions

Taking care of your oral health is a team effort! To prevent problems such as tooth decay, gum disease, and wider health problems, our oral hygiene will recommend: 

  • Twice a day brushing
  • Once a day flossing
  • The use of fluoride toothpaste
  • Avoiding snacks before going to bed
  • Avoiding high sugar foods and drinks
  • Visiting the dentist regularly for a check-up 

Tooth Decay Facts, Treatment and Prevention

  • FACT: Tooth decay is the invasion of bad bacteria and acids
  • FACT: Tooth decay leads to pain, infection and tooth loss
  • FACT: Regular brushing can remove bacteria and prevent decay
  • FACT: Prevention is better than a cure! Visit the dentist regularly to avoid decay 

Gum Disease Facts, Treatment and Prevention

  • FACT: Gum disease, or inflamed gums, can affect your teeth and bones too
  • FACT: The 3 stages of gum disease are gingivitis, periodontitis, & advanced periodontists
  • FACT: Gum disease can be painless, meaning it goes undetected
  • FACT: Your dentist can identify gum disease and treat it before it becomes a big problem 

Oral Health Is Holistic Health 

Did you know that good oral hygiene is directly related to your health and wellbeing? In fact, unhealthy teeth and gums have been linked to problems as serious as cancer, heart disease, and stroke. 

To care for your whole body health, make an appointment with our dentists and hygienists today.

CONTACT US

 

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